Applications are open for the Funded International Awards At the University Of Stirling. The University provides awards for the Bachelors level in the subjects offered by it.
- The University of Stirling is offering scholarships to international applicants to undertake undergraduate courses at the university.
- Additionally, the objective of the University – International Undergraduate Awards in the UK, is to support academic achievements and the diversity of students.
The candidates must meet the following requirements for the Funded International Awards At University Of Stirling
- The awards are merit-based.
- Also, the candidates applying for the award, must be from outside the EU region or be non-EU nationals.
- Additionally, applicants must be liable to pay the tuition fees at the overseas rates and are self-funded.
- In case students are eligible for more than one scholarship/award from the University of Sheffield, the award with greater value will be confirmed.
- Furthermore, the applicants of the University Of Stirling – International Undergraduate Awards in the UK, 2020 must meet all the country-specific criteria.
Value of the Award
- The successful applicants will receive GBP 2,000 per year towards tuition fees.
- Also, this scholarship is applicable for up to four years.
About the University
- The University of Stirling is a UK research-intensive campus university. The Royal charter founded the University in 1967.
- It is a plate glass university located in the Central Belt of Scotland, built within the walled Airthrey Castle estate.
- Additionally, since its foundation, it has expanded to have four Faculties, a Business School, a Graduate School and a number of Institutes and Centres covering a broad range of subjects.
- Also, it stands among the top 50 universities in the world that are under 50 years old by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and among the top 40 in the UK in the complete university guide.
- Furthermore, in the 2014 assessment of research in the UK, it stood 5th in Scotland and 40th in the UK for research intensity.
Visit the official website for additional information about the award.